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The cons that have become glaring, some reviewed in the article.

by wdcav    May 2, 2008, 5:00 PM

I've been using it for several days now. And there are some things that are quickly becoming concerns/problems.

-Accidental calls being made from my pocket. It unlocks the front pad and places calls. Major problem for me yesterday. The phone doesn't offer a suitable fix either.

-No autofocus in the camera. I don't understand the thinking here. This phone should be as advanced or more then the original. Yet my gf's enV has autofocus and mine doesn't. Weird. Lack of flash is mildly annoying as well.

-Exposure of the lense to potential damage. I'd like to have seen and greatly appreciated a camera lense cover like the original enV, but maybe more simple to maintain the flat bottom.

-Yesterday, I started to notice crackling in my conversations. I hadn't noticed this before, but I certainly yesterday. The speakers sound tinny and artificial. I'm becoming somewhat disenchanted with the sound quality.

I was really really digging this phone the first few days. But the more I've used it, the more glaring several of the above flaws have become. I'm going to continue to pay attention to it and see how I feel closer to the end of the 30 exchange period. I could conceivably go down to the original enV, even if it's ungainly and older.

But I am much in love with the look of this phone and the soft touch backing. It's really a sharp looking handset.

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